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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffLum Edwards Date: Apr 2, 2008 2:41pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Red Skelton -- question

Anyone new to encoding needs this link, It will help you thru about any questions, I havent used a Mac so I cant suggest any programs off the top of my head.

http://www.videohelp.com/guides

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Poster: Executive Date: Apr 2, 2008 6:08pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Videohelp / Guides

I looked at that site, Lum, and I don't know where to start! They seem to all be catered to Windows / PCs and not for Mac anyway.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffLum Edwards Date: Apr 2, 2008 6:15pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Videohelp / Guides

Heres 2 to look over.

http://www.dvd-guides.com/guides.php?category=mac&name=fortytwompeg4

http://www.dvd-guides.com/guides.php?category=mac&name=handbrake

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Poster: Executive Date: Apr 2, 2008 7:39pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: DVD Guides

Those two you listed for Mac aren't bad, although I suspect the free trials are just for a few days (I'm not paying to do this).

I have a pretty good idea which to try though. DVD Rip files are for DivX, XVid, and S(VCD) copies. From my experience with torrent file websites (even though torrents aren't used here), I know that XVid files are often in AVI format....which is what I want to use.

DVD Copy files I'm not sure about yet.

This post was modified by Executive on 2008-04-03 02:39:56